Prince Louis wears £39.99 striped dungarees worn by brother George

Prince Louis was pictured wearing dungarees previously worn by big brother George, five, as the boys joined Princess Charlotte, four, at the unveiling of Kate’s garden at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show on Sunday.

Louis, one, wore a pair of £39.99 striped shorts by Spanish brand Neck & Neck, worn by George at the polo in 2014 – prompting them to sell out at the time. 

Meanwhile Kate, 37, looked elegant in a £79 maxi dress by & other Stories, with little Charlotte coordinating in a £65 floral dress by Rachel Riley – both taking the theme of the outing very literally. 

William, 36, and George appeared to match in pastel shirts, belts and bottoms – prompting fans to comment that the family were twinning. 

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Prince Louis was pictured wearing dungarees previously worn by big brother George, five, at the unveiling of Kate's garden at the Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower Show on Sunday

Prince Louis was pictured wearing dungarees previously worn by big brother George, five, at the unveiling of Kate’s garden at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show on Sunday

The family were seen exploring the garden, including its magical woodland playground, before it opens to the public on Tuesday.

Louis was pictured tentatively testing out the swing with the help of dad William, while Charlotte and George dipped their toes in the enchanting swing running through the garden. 

Prince George wore H&M’s LOGG line, Label of Graded Goods top, previously worn to the Houghton Horse trials last year. 

Kate kept a touch of glamour in her ensemble, teaming her dress with a pair of wedges as she balanced on the rocks in a series of pretty family pictures shared to their Instagram account last night 

The RHS Back to Nature Garden, designed by Kate with landscape architects Andree Davies and Adam White, is a woodland setting for families and communities to connect with nature.

Kate, 37, looked elegant in a £79 maxi dress by & other Stories, along with wedges while Louis wore a pair of recycled dungarees

Kate, 37, looked elegant in a £79 maxi dress by & other Stories, along with wedges while Louis wore a pair of recycled dungarees

Little Charlotte, 4, coordinated with her mum in a £65 floral dress by Rachel Riley as she enjoyed a go on the swing

Little Charlotte, 4, coordinated with her mum in a £65 floral dress by Rachel Riley as she enjoyed a go on the swing

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Kate and William enjoyed a family day out with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis at the Duchess of Cambridge’s garden at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show this weekend.

Both mum and daughter rocked the floral print, and how cute is this Rachel Riley dress on Princess Charlotte?

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Kate’s garden aims to highlight the benefits the natural world brings to mental and physical well-being.

Kate has made ‘early years’ intervention one of the cornerstones of her work after seeing how so many problems faced by adults she has met – such as mental health issues, addiction and social exclusion – stem from their childhood.

She and her co-designers were keen to recreate memories, such as wild bluebells, from her childhood.

William, 36, and George appeared to match in pastel shirts, belts and bottoms - prompting fans to comment that the family were twinning. George, 5, and Charlotte were pictured dipping their toes in the stream

William, 36, and George appeared to match in pastel shirts, belts and bottoms – prompting fans to comment that the family were twinning. George, 5, and Charlotte were pictured dipping their toes in the stream

Louis was pictured tentatively testing out the swing with the help of dad William as they made the most of the garden ahead of its opening

Louis was pictured tentatively testing out the swing with the help of dad William as they made the most of the garden ahead of its opening

In an interview with gardener Monty Don for the BBC, to be broadcast tonight, Kate says: ‘I really feel that nature and being interactive outdoors has huge benefits on our physical and mental wellbeing, particularly for young children.

‘I really hope that this woodland that we have created inspires families, kids and communities to get outside, enjoy nature and the outdoors, and spend quality time together.’

Kate’s involvement with the 2019 RHS garden at the Chelsea Flower Show was first revealed earlier in the year.

The family were seen exploring the garden, including its magical woodland playground, before it opens to the public on Tuesday

The family were seen exploring the garden, including its magical woodland playground, before it opens to the public on Tuesday

Is Prince William channeling Charles with his fashion choices?

Prince Charles is seen, left, with Princess Diana, and WIlliam and Harry as children in the gardens of Highgrove House during the eighties

Prince Charles is seen, left, with Princess Diana, and WIlliam and Harry as children in the gardens of  Highgrove House during the eighties. Charles wears his denim shirt unbuttoned, along with belted neutral trousers – similar to the look worn by William, seen right at Chelsea Flower show on Sunday

Prince William opted for a slightly unbuttoned denim shirt, teamed with belted slacks as he joined his family at the woodland playground on Sunday.

William’s style is reminiscent of father Prince Charles’ look, pictured right in the late eighties.

During a photoshoot with the late Princess Diana, and William and Harry – who were then children – William is seen wearing a similarly unbuttoned blue shirt, and neutral trousers teamed with lace-up shoes. 

Taken in the gardens Of Highgrove House, the picture of Charles and Diana echoes that of the William and Kate playing at the Chelsea Flower Show on Sunday. 

As is the case with royal boys under five, both Louis, and William and Harry (seen as children) are wearing shorts. 

Etiquette expert and MailOnline columnist, William Hanson, previously told FEMAIL that shorts on young boys are, in fact, a silent British class marker.

His look is similar to that worn by William, seen right at Chelsea Flower show on Sunday

His look is similar to that worn by William, seen right at Chelsea Flower show on Sunday

He claims that trousers are deemed ‘suburban’, which no self-respecting royal would want to be regarded as.

He notes that it could well hark back to the historical sixteenth century tradition of ‘breeching’, whereby newborn boys would don a dress for the first few years of their lives for potty training reasons, before being ‘breeched’ – or switching to shorts.

‘Shorts on young boys is one of those silent British class markers that deliberately harks back to a bygone age.

‘British upper classes – and particularly royals – are especially keen to hold on to tradition so this sartorial one will silently mark them out from “the rest”‘, he said.

 

 

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